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Ok, I've had the Fj for over a year now, I saw these "clips" attached to the roof rack but never gave them any thought until I noticed another Fj on the road without them. They appear to be for some type of aftermarket roof rack accessories but I don't know what. Can anyone tell me? There are 2 on the back end of the rack and another 2 on the front end of the rack

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I love these threads. Yes, looks like an aftermarket roof rack accessory. Hopefully some one here recognizes it.
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They (the manufacturer) did not use stainless steel for the T bolts.... that's a shame.

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Maybe its some kind of Hi Lift holder. Everybody loves to mount those jacks on the rack somewhere

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Whatever they're for, I took them off. I saved them just in case I figure them out and decide to use whatever they work with.
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Maybe a Warrior product rack mount for tools, shovel, axe or hi-lift

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